Pupil Premium Statement

What is Pupil Premium (PPG)?

Pupil Premium is funding the school receives for each pupil who is either in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM) or who have been in receipt of these in the last six years.

Pupils in local authority care and children from service families also attract pupil premium.

We are required to publish how much Pupil Premium funding we receive each academic year, how we have chosen to spend or intend to spend the funding and how it has made a difference. 

Summary Information


Old Warren House

Academic Year


Total PP Budget


Total Number of Pupils


Number of Pupils Eligible for PP

13 (69%)

Review of Expenditure

Academic Year


1. Enhance students’ learning experience to help motivate and build self confidence

Desired Outcome


Estimated Impact

Lessons Learned


Enable pupils to access a wider range of practical subjects to develop motivation and self-confidence

Buy selected sessions with outside providers such as YMCA, Ultimate Boxing and Access Community Trust.

Pupils achieve a qualification in practical subjects such as motor mechanics and horticulture.

The use of outside providers needs to be carefully planned to ensure that the pupils who access it are going to get the maximum benefit from the placement.


To enhance learning through CPD for staff.

PSHE membership and subscription to ASDAN.

The rate of progress in English and maths was greater for PPG pupils than for Non-PPG pupils

In future years the curriculum will be planned to accommodate pupil interests alongside core subjects.


Increase attendance through building self-esteem

Provide a range of sport activities purchased at the local sports centre

85% of pupils increased their rate of attendance compared to previous setting

Develop the range of sporting activities by use of staff based skill set


Increase attainment at GCSE level.

Provide 1:1 support for pupils where possible.

The percentage of pupils achieving 3+ GCSE at level 1-9 rose to 100%

Timetable to include 1:1 sessions where possible in core subjects.


2. Improve behaviour and pupil emotional resilience

Desired Outcome


Estimated Impact

Lessons Learned


Develop an effective system for assessing and addressing pupils’ specific individual emotional development needs

Train a member of staff to become a Thrive Practitioner

The rate of progress in English and maths was greater for PPG pupils than for Non-PPG pupils

Need to develop management skill set related to Thrive to better support staff in the implementation of the system


Contact Information
Tel: 01502 511794

Fax: 01502 511794

Email: admin@oldwarrenhouse.suffolk.sch.uk

Where to find us
Warren Road



NR32 4QD

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